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(added April 2, 2020)
In this illustration, a young girl is flying a rainbow kite.
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(added April 2, 2020)
Use red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple/violet, and indigo to finish this rainbow.
(added March 30, 2020)
Hunt for hidden words in this puzzle. Search for: Chimney Rock, agriculture, beef, goldenrod, Great Plains, Cornhusker State, Lincoln, Omaha, Platte River, and Western Meadowlark.
(added March 30, 2020)
Find sixteen words hidden in this word-hunt puzzle. Search for: Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon, Flagstaff, Phoenix, southwest, Ditat Deus, mesa, copper, cactus wren, Colorado River, four corners, and saguro cactus.
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(added March 30, 2020)
Here's a passage about two animals with a symbiotic relationship. A sea urchin rides a crab along the ocean floor. The two animals have a mutually beneficial relationship.
(added March 30, 2020)
This file has a cute poem for teaching students about magnetic properties. There's also a vocabulary page and a page with comprehension questions.
(added March 25, 2020)
Have students decide whether each picture's name ends with the N or P sound. Cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct columns on the chart.
(added March 25, 2020)
Determine whether each word ends with the G or T sound. Cut out the pictures at the bottom of the page and place them in the correct positions on the t-chart.
(added March 25, 2020)
Write the final letter for the words rat, wet, van, nut, sun, and nap.
(added March 25, 2020)
Choose the correct final consonant for each item shown. Color in the letter and then complete the word.
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(added March 25, 2020)
Write the initial and final consonant sound for each item shown. Ten, pig, top, mug, rat, rug.
(added March 25, 2020)
Question 1: Choose the two things that end wit the n sound. Question 2: Choose the two things that end wit the t sound. Question 3: Choose the two things that end wit the g sound.
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(added March 25, 2020)
Write the final consonant for each CVC word. List: cat, bed, hop, mug, web, and can.
(added March 24, 2020)
Use a rainbow of crayons to decorate this hot air balloon picture.
(added March 24, 2020)
Calculate the time passing between the rainstorms. Write in the sun and cloud illustrations. 15-min increments. (example: 2:15-3:45)
(added March 23, 2020)
Polly is a colorful, tropical bird who loves to eat crackers.
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(added March 23, 2020)
Color, cut, and staple together this easy-to-read miniature book.
(added March 20, 2020)
Have your students solve this fun word search puzzle to find Minnesota-themed words such as: Minneapolis, Duluth, Mall of America, and Saint Paul.
(added March 20, 2020)
In week 9 of Math Buzz, have your class practice place value, comparing numbers, division, fractions, patterns, word problems, and input/output tables.
(added March 20, 2020)
In this file for Math Buzz, Week 8, your students will review standard form and expanded form, place value, input and output tables, area, geometry, and rounding.
(added March 17, 2020)
In the seventh set, students will solve input and output tables, practice rounding, geometry, comparing numbers, perimeter, and much more.
(added March 17, 2020)
Students will solve word problems, find perimeter, standard and expanded form, geometry, fractions on number lines, comparing numbers, and more!
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(added March 17, 2020)
Within this set you'll find a variety of word problems, geometry, place value up to 7 places, fractions, advanced addition and subtraction.
(added March 17, 2020)
In week 4 of Math Buzz, students will practice comparing numbers, place value, rounding, perimeter, capacity, and division.
(added March 17, 2020)
The third week of Math Buzz for 4th grade features skills like: division, place value, advanced subtraction, rounding, fractions, area, and perimeter.
(added March 14, 2020)
These task cards have group discussion questions. Students choose a card and take turns answering the questions. (examples: Of all the books you've read this year, which one was your favorite? What was your favorite subject in school this year, and why? Who did you sit with in the lunch room this school year, and why did you enjoy being with them?)
(added March 14, 2020)
Cut out the tree trunk, the branches, and the leaves. The branches have the names of government branches on them. The leaves list specific units of government, such as Congress, Vice President, President, Supreme Court, etc. Attach each leaf onto the leaves on the correct branch.
(added March 11, 2020)
This is a short, illustrated page with information about different types of traditional Native American homes. This sheet includes a picture of a wigwam, a longhouse, a plank house, a tipi, and an adobe house.
(added March 10, 2020)
Your class can use crayons and markers to color in this picture of blooming flowers.
(added March 10, 2020)
This printable coloring page is of a dinosaur. This illustration is very basic and perfect for younger students.
(added March 10, 2020)
Your students can color this picture of a fierce lion. Roar!
(added March 10, 2020)
This printable coloring page features a sailboat.
(added March 10, 2020)
Students will love using crayons or markers to color in this picture of a mermaid.
(added March 10, 2020)
Your students will enjoy finding 21 words hidden in this word search puzzle. Word list includes: Allegheny River, Delaware River, Allentown, Gettysburg, Keystone state, Appalachians, coal, Hershey, commonwealth, Harrisburg, Lake Erie, Mount Laurel, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, oil, Steelers, and ruffed grouse.
(added March 10, 2020)
Find words such as: Atlantic Ocean, Princeton, Newark, and Garden State in this New Jersey-themed word search puzzle.
(added March 9, 2020)
This Alabama word search puzzle features words such as: Birmingham, Talladega, Gulf of Mexico, and Chattahoochee River.
(added March 9, 2020)
This word search puzzle features sixteen words all related to the state of Illinois. Words include: Chicago, midwest, Lake Michigan, and Ohio River.
(added March 6, 2020)
Solve to find the x- and y-intercepts. There are 6 problems to complete on this double-sided worksheet.
(added March 6, 2020)
For each problem, students will define the slope and y-intercept. Then they graph a line to show the equation.
(added March 6, 2020)
Solve to find the x-intercept and y-intercept for each equation. Then plot both points and draw a line to graph the equations.
(added March 5, 2020)
Solve this word search to find the words horizontally, vertically, and diagonally. All of the words in this puzzle are Florida-themed, including: Palm Trees, citrus, beaches, and Miami.
(added March 5, 2020)
Color on the shapes that are divided into equal parts on this printable worksheet.
(added March 5, 2020)
Color the shapes that are divided into thirds and draw an "X" over the shapes that are not divided into thirds.
(added March 5, 2020)
Sort through the rows of jumbled up letters to find the word from the picture.
(added March 5, 2020)
Students will search through the jumbled letters in the box to find words like: Houston, oil, Fort Worth, and Mockingbird.
(added March 5, 2020)
Learn about how knitting helped soldiers during the First World War. Following the article, there are multiple choice questions, matching questions, and a writing section.
(added March 5, 2020)
Find the quotient for each of these 30 division problems involving money. Use these cards as a math learning center, morning challenge, or scavenger hunt.
(added March 5, 2020)
This batch of task cards not only have 3-digit dividends but also 2-digit divisors. There are thirty cards for your students to solve.
(added March 5, 2020)
This printable division activity features 30 division problems listed traditionally, horizontally, and as fractions with 2 and 3 digit dividends.
(added March 5, 2020)
This printable file is a great math learning center activity with thirty cards to be solved by your students involving division with 4-digit dividends.
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